Week 10 WR Rankings PPR: Wide Receiver Fantasy Stats & Projections

It was a good week to have a Seahawks receiver as Russell Wilson threw for 5 this week. Tyler Lockett had two of them and DK Metcalf had another one of them. Marvin Jones and Kenny Golladay also had great days with Matthew Stafford having a big day. I will be going through my wide receiver rankings for Week 10. A lot of teams are on bye this week which may provide some problems. My list will hopefully give you some good options if you’re in a sticky situation.

Week 10 WR Rankings

Rank Tier Player Team Opponent Week 10 Projection (PPR)
1 1 Michael Thomas New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons
2 1 Chris Godwin Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arizona Cardinals
3 1 Julio Jones Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints
4 1 Keenan Allen Los Angeles Chargers Oakland Raiders
5 1 Cooper Kupp Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers
6 1 Tyreek Hill Kansas City Chiefs Tennessee Titans
7 1 Mike Evans Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arizona Cardinals
8 2 Davante Adams Green Bay Packers Carolina Panthers
9 2 Amari Cooper Dallas Cowboys Minnesota Vikings
10 2 Tyler Lockett Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers
11 2 Allen Robinson Chicago Bears Detroit Lions
12 2 Kenny Golladay Detroit Lions Chicago Bears
13 3 Golden Tate New York Giants New York Jets
14 3 John Brown Buffalo Bills Cleveland Browns
15 3 Emmanuel Sanders San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks
16 3 Jamison Crowder New York Jets New York Giants
17 3 Mike Williams Los Angeles Chargers Oakland Raiders
18 3 Larry Fitzgerald Arizona Cardinals Tampa Bay Buccaneers
19 3 Marquise Brown Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals
20 4 Tyler Boyd Cincinnati Bengals Baltimore Ravens
21 4 Tyrell Williams Oakland Raiders Los Angeles Chargers
22 4 Odell Beckham Jr. Cleveland Browns Buffalo Bills
23 4 Christian Kirk Arizona Cardinals Tampa Bay Buccaneers
24 4 D.J. Moore Carolina Panthers Green Bay Packers
25 4 Robert Woods Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers
26 5 Sterling Shepard New York Giants New York Jets
27 5 Calvin Ridley Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints
28 5 Zach Pascal Indianapolis Colts Miami Dolphins
29 5 Jarvis Landry Cleveland Browns Buffalo Bills
30 5 JuJu Smith-Schuster Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams
31 5 A.J. Brown Tennessee Titans Kansas City Chiefs
32 5 DK Metcalf Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers
33 6 Auden Tate Cincinnati Bengals Baltimore Ravens
34 6 Cole Beasley Buffalo Bills Cleveland Browns
35 6 Sammy Watkins Kansas City Chiefs Tennessee Titans
36 6 Robby Anderson New York Jets New York Giants
37 6 DeVante Parker Miami Dolphins Indianapolis Colts
38 6 Brandin Cooks Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers
39 6 Curtis Samuel Carolina Panthers Green Bay Packers
40 6 Marvin Jones Detroit Lions Chicago Bears
41 7 Ted Ginn Jr. New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons
42 7 Chester Rogers Indianapolis Colts Miami Dolphins
43 7 Michael Gallup Dallas Cowboys Minnesota Vikings
44 7 Taylor Gabriel Chicago Bears Detroit Lions
45 7 Parris Campbell Indianapolis Colts Miami Dolphins
46 7 Corey Davis Tennessee Titans Kansas City Chiefs
47 7 Deebo Samuel San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks
48 8 Danny Amendola Detroit Lions Chicago Bears
49 8 Marquez Valdes-Scantling Green Bay Packers Carolina Panthers
50 8 Alex Erickson Cincinnati Bengals Baltimore Ravens

Big Week 9

tyler lockettTyler Lockett was one of my top receivers in last week’s list and did not disappoint. He tore apart the weak Tampa Bay secondary with 152 yards on 13 receptions with 2 touchdowns. The Buccaneers were the worst pass defense in the league and Lockett took advantage of it. This week will be much more of a challenge. The Seahawks face the 49ers who have developed the best pass defense in the NFL. He may be in luck though as the Cardinals were able to pass all over them last week on Thursday night. Russell Wilson is one of the most talented quarterbacks in the league, so I wouldn’t be too worried about this tough matchup. Mike Evans also had quite the game last week. Back to back games, Evans has put up crazy numbers. This week he had 12 receptions for 180 yards with a touchdown and the week before he had 11 reception for 182 yards with 2 touchdowns. What are the chances he can do it again? There is actually a pretty good chance of it. The Buccaneers play the Cardinals this week who have allowed the fourth-most passing yards in the league and the most touchdowns with 24. It is time for Chris Godwin to have his monster game again, but it could very much be Mike Evans’s third huge game in a row.

My Top Pickup

Zach Pascal really impressed me this week. Three weeks ago he had 6 receptions for 106 yards with two touchdowns but followed that up with a 6-yard performance the next week. Last week, he had 5 receptions for 76 yards with a touchdown. With T.Y. Hilton out for the next few weeks, Zach Pascal has taken over as the top receiving option. Jacoby Brissett went down with a knee injury and his status is still up in the air, but Brian Hoyer looked just fine as the replacement. The Colts play the Dolphins this week which is a nice matchup. The Dolphins have been one of the worst defenses in the league allowing the most points per game in the NFL. Now that he is the number one wide receiver and is only owned in 6.6% of leagues, I would be all over him and consider him startable for Week 10.

Good Matchups

Keenan AllenI’ve already gone over some good matchups, but another good matchup is with Keenan Allen. The Raiders have not only allowed the most passing yards in the NFL but have also allowed the second-most passing touchdowns. Last week, they allowed Matthew Stafford to throw for 406 yards and three touchdowns. Marvin Jones had 126 yards and a touchdown, and Kenny Golladay had 132 yards and a touchdown. Keenan Allen is the main option for Philip Rivers and should be getting the bulk of the targets. There is a chance that he could put both Jones’s and Golladay’s numbers together to equal a huge total this week. Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk also have a good matchup this week. I’ve already talked about how bad the Buccaneers are at covering the pass. They’ve allowed the second-most passing yards which bode well for the Cardinals who have focused mainly on throwing the ball. Fitz and Kirk should be getting ready to run a lot of routes this week.

Bad Matchups

I’ve already mentioned that Tyler Lockett faces a difficult matchup against the top-ranked pass defense, the 49ers, but Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry also do. Baker Mayfield and the Browns have struggled heavily to get it going this year. OBJ was supposed to be the answer that the Browns needed, but it had not panned out that way. Their problems only escalate this week when they face the Bills. The Bills have held opponents on average to 184.6 passing yards and 16.4 points per game. It is very hard to consider OBJ unstartable, but for how the season has shaped up, I might move him to the bench this week. There are much better options out there this week.

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